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All of the images below were modeled in Rhinoceros 3D (Rhino) but most were rendered in other applications. Rhino is a serious, professional modeling package which was never intended for rendering. It also happens to be a joy to use.
Test images: I have not spent much time with Rhino. I decided early that it was important to understand what would happen to models exported from Rhino once they were rendered in a polygon modeler/renderer like trueSpace or Bryce. So these are all very simple objects but I had a lot of fun making them.
This is a tire and moon hubcap like I used to have on my mustang. Modeled in Rhino and rendered in Bryce.
I use a mug just like this. I modeled this freehand in about an hour in Rhino and couldn't quite get a brushed stainless steel look in Bryce.
A gazebo I made in Rhino in about 2 hours. There is so much fine detail in the molding that I would have had to send about a 200,000 polygon model to Bryce for rendering. As it is this one is 130,000 but a lip under the dome was rounded out of existence and I think the edges in the columns are supposed to be sharper.
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